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World's Smallest Music Player Now Talks to You CUPERTINO, Calif., March 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Apple(R) today introduced the all-new iPod(R) shuffle, the world's smallest music player at nearly half of the size of the previous model, and the first music player that talks to you.
A New York cabbie says he wants to return an iPod Nano he claims uniformed airport officers forced him to accept as a fare. Mohammed Islam said he wants to return the iPod Nano to Natalie Lenhart of Sacramento under the supervision of a Taxi and Limousine Commission official, the New York Post reported Wednesday. The driver said he called 911 after Lenhart swiped her payment card 20 times in the taxi cab at John F.
NORWALK, Conn., Dec. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Santa's helpers at Shoppers Advantage -- a leading national online discount shopping service -- are at it again, busily making their list and checking it twice for the weekly Elf Alert, a ranking of the hottest gifts of the holiday season.
HONG KONG, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- iBikeConsole (www.ibikeconsole.com), the newly introduced wireless device that lets cyclists play and change tunes while keeping their hands and eyes on the trail, is now compatible with the new 4th generation iPod Nano*.
By Edward C. Baig It's not as though Tuesday's refresh of the iPod line came with any earthshaking enhancements -- though you can literally shake the new Nano to randomly skip to another song. Still, the latest improvements are welcome.
By Stephenson, Marissa green living You've come a long way since your CD days-now your music library fits onto one device instead of dozens of plastic discs. Go a step greener: Accessorize with these renewable resources.
A possible battery fault which caused iPod Nanos to overheat dangerously is being investigated in Japan. The government ordered an inquiry after reports that two Nanos overheated in Tokyo, scorching nearby paper and woven straw mats.
Sparks flying from an iPod Nano while being recharged may shed light on possible defects in the product. Attention was first drawn to the problem in January in an area southwest of Tokyo, and the problem was reported to Japanâ€™s trade ministry on March 7th. Thankfully, no one was injured during the incident.
At last yearâ€™s trade show, CEO of Apple Inc., Steve Jobs, unveiled the new iPhone and Apple TV set-top box. At this yearâ€™s Macworld Conference & Expo on Tuesday, he will have some big shoes to fill.
Apple Computer Inc. faced a lawsuit that alleged the company knew its nano portable music player was defective but still decided to press on with the product's release last month.